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Organizational Disposition and Its Influence on the Adoption and Diffusion of Information Systems [chapter]

Brian O'Donovan
1999 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This study proposed the concept of organizational disposition as a means to increase the understanding of the dialectic nature of the adoption and diffusion process.  ...  The restoration of the common sense of the organization was reached through an ongoing process which integrated and reconciled the users' and implementers' dispositions into a coherent whole.  ...  As such, it has a substantial impact on the process of the adoption and diffusion of an information system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35566-5_11 fatcat:4ltfhszszrgz3osytefuz5owr4

Problems, What Problems? An Examination of the Interactive Relationship of Technology Difficulties and Political Efficacy on Job Satisfaction

Cindi Smatt, Renee M. E. Pratt, Wayne Hochwarter
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
We hypothesized that political efficacy, which we define as success at achieving outcomes by influencing others, would minimize the harmful effects of technology difficulties on employees' job satisfaction  ...  We examined the interactive relationship between perceived technology difficulties and political efficacy on employees' job satisfaction.  ...  Understanding the factors that contribute to the use of information systems is a central concern for the field of Management Information Systems (MIS).  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/SmattPH05 fatcat:aw7cctq5gzha7givypxfvbwn3i

Organizational Assimilation of Technology in a Sunrise Industry – A Story of Successes and Failures [chapter]

Ravi A. Rao, Rahul De'
2013 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
SST is used to analyze the structuration process at the micro-level and its impact on the structures at the meso/macrolevel.  ...  and shifting organizational contexts.  ...  Most of the early diffusion studies fall into such a positivist stream of research and attempt to understand the relation between technology and organizational context, and its impact on the innovation  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38862-0_34 fatcat:tzhvjq254jfdnkopnfl3ygpsgy

Organizational innovation adoption: a multi-level framework of determinants and opportunities for future research

Ruud T Frambach, Niels Schillewaert
2002 Journal of Business Research  
The objective of this paper is to discuss the main findings on organizational adoption and integrate them within a framework.  ...  Insight into adoption processes, its inhibitors and stimulators helps suppliers of innovations to market their new products more effectively.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support from the Intercollegiate Center for Management Science (Brussels, Belgium) and The Institute for the Study of Business Markets (  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0148-2963(00)00152-1 fatcat:dqwqwdcbbncjvbrat5m27gkwsu

Barriers to Adoption of Supply Chain Management in India: A Theoretical Model and Scale Development

Srichandan Sahu, K.V.S.S. Narayana Rao
2021 Operations and Supply Chain Management An International Journal  
The diffusion of Supply Chain Management (SCM) is low in India despite its many benefits.  ...  The theoretical model has been created based on literature from organizational innovation adoption, organizational decision making, barrier framework, and expert opinion.  ...  will influence the intention to adopt it. • Ha-(3): The cost of ownership of SCM will influence the intention to adopt it. • Ha-(4): The risk of failure associated with SCM will influence the intention  ... 
doi:10.31387/oscm0470318 fatcat:yzx27t3x6bcffpioj6lb7cst6i

Implementation, Innovation, and Related Themes Over The Years In Information Systems Research

Henry Lucas Jr., E. Swanson, Robert Zmud
2007 Journal of the AIS  
They also gratefully acknowledge the important contributions of those with whom they have collaborated over the years in the research cited.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Wynne Chin for suggesting the present paper.  ...  Introduction Whither research on the adoption and acceptance of new information technology (IT)?  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00127 fatcat:qp5zmrtwbjb2jd2oxhq4r7dhye

Conceptualizing Initial Trust in Internet Banking Services: A Pilot Study

Ali Aljaafreh, Ahmed Al-Ani
2014 Information Systems Development  
We conducted a pilot study in Jordan, which is one of the developing countries, and refined the model and its instrument based on the obtained results.  ...  The proposed model integrates its constructs from: the trust literature, diffusion of innovation theory (DoI), and Hofstede's national culture theory.  ...  Diffusion of Innovation Factors The literature indicates that two factors from diffusion of innovation theory influence the adoption of new innovation; relative advantages and compatibility.  ... 
dblp:conf/isdevel/AljaafrehA14 fatcat:atcefacg6ng2fpm2b73tbpltse

Achieving It Diffusion Within The Fragments - An It Culture Perspective

Mumin Abubakre
2013 European Conference on Information Systems  
This paper adopted a case study approach to explore how the IT culture perspective may explain how organizational diffusion of an IT may happen despite opposing cultural forces causing a stalemate to the  ...  This study identified three IT culture archetypes -embracing, rejecting and confused, depicting a fragmented IT culture during the adaption, acceptance and routinization stages of diffusion of an IT.  ...  Organizational Culture and IT Diffusion Organizational Culture (OC) theories have been adopted in Information Systems (IS) research and used as a significant construct in explaining how organizational  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/Abubakre13 fatcat:bafvnic6cfg53ktvkcz76fju6m

Digital Culture versus Change

Ng"ang"a Elijah
2016 IOSR Journal of Engineering  
et al. (2015) puts it, differentiated communication tactics during different phases of organizational change can have an important impact on the level of acceptance of that change by organizational participants  ...  It is in this background that the discourse below will anchor its arguments on as the concept of digital culture evolves. I.  ...  The research is of importance to organizational policy makers by providing relevant information about digital culture adoption initiatives to employees, citizens and other end users and its effect on organizational  ... 
doi:10.9790/3021-068012134 fatcat:7lm6xyehlbckxl3zdpdcfiumju

Exploiting Benefits from IS/IT Investments: An IT Culture Perspective

Kayode A. Odusanya, Crispin R. Coombs, Neil F. Doherty
2015 European Conference on Information Systems  
Culture, as a contextual factor, has been shown to have a strong influence on the way IS/IT is adopted, used and exploited.  ...  Thus, this study investigates post adoption experience of an organization's IS/IT investment, an important systems lifecycle stage that has received less attention in the IS literature.  ...  In sum, extant IS/IT research is lacking regarding the organizational exploitation of IS/IT benefits during post-adoption phases of the systems development lifecycle.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/OdusanyaCD15 fatcat:yoiud5vtc5dknd7peqk5zpux6y

Towards the Development of an initial Trust Model for the Adoption of Internet Banking Services in Jordan

Ali Aljaafreh, Asif Gill, Ahmed Al-Ani
2014 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
The proposed model of customer's initial trust in IBS integrates constructs from Diffusion of Innovation (DoI) theory, Hofstede culture theory and trust literature.  ...  The distinguishable property of this model is the incorporation of national culture dimensions on initial trust.  ...  The existence of this study alone on the scene of crosscultural field gives it the precession to be used and adopted in future studies.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/AljaafrehGA14 fatcat:4qixedbcnrc4dli2my5jj42ofu

The Diffusion of Instructional Video Technique among Open and Distance Learners in Nigeria

Chuks ODIEGWU-ENWEREM, Lai OSO, Lanre AMODU, Uche CHUKS-ENWEREM, Nelson OKORIE
2020 Journal of e-Learning & Higher Education  
Anchored on the technology diffusion of innovation theory, the research sought to discover the awareness level, and attitude of students and their adoption of the initiative within the period.  ...  This study investigated NOUN students' awareness, perception and adoption of the technique within the first 24 months of its introduction.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank the Management of Covenant University for providing sponsorship for this programme.  ... 
doi:10.5171/2020.290107 fatcat:ckaqm5teavha7iynvhvyzf7egi

Managerial capacity and digital government in the States: examining the link between self-efficacy and perceived impacts of IT in public organizations

C.C. Hinnant, E.W. Welch
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
This paper examines the linkage between the self-efficacy of public managers to employ information technology (IT) and managerial perceptions of IT effects on the operations of public organizations.  ...  Results indicate that the level of computer self-efficacy is influenced by the availability of IT training and the extent of IT usage within the organization.  ...  For instance, research has focused on comparing the management of information systems and information resources within the public sector to those of private sector organizations [2] [3] [4] [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174310 dblp:conf/hicss/HinnantW03 fatcat:ckksljpb6rd4jbggvzbmjjoaiq

Factors influencing the adoption and implementation of HRIS applications: are they similar?

Rand Hani Al Dmour, N.A. Ra', ed Masa', N.A. deh, Bader Yousef Obeidat
2017 International Journal of Business Innovation and Research  
This paper aims to present and discuss a collection of empirical studies relating to the adoption and implementation of HRIS, by means of a content analysis of the findings of previous HRIS studies.  ...  A review of the relevant literature has shown that a large number of previous studies have attempted to identify factors determining the adoption and implementation of HRIS applications.  ...  Firm size is considered one of the most commonly studied determinants of IT adoption and diffusion.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbir.2017.086276 fatcat:f2j43ehnc5gblpzle47tpu53zm

Review: A Review of Culture in Information Systems Research: Toward a Theory of Information Technology Culture Conflict

Leidner, Kayworth
2006 MIS Quarterly  
An understanding of culture is important to the study of information technologies in that culture at various levels, including national, organizational, and group, can influence the successful implementation  ...  Notwithstanding, a wide body of literature has emerged that sheds light on the relationship of IT and culture.  ...  (2001 ) Slaughter and Ang (1995 IT's Influence on Culture Doherty and Doig (2003) Doherty and Perry (2001) Madon (1992) Walsham (2002) Acknowledgements The authors thank the senior editor and  ... 
doi:10.2307/25148735 fatcat:s77u6no3bzfnnhmeeodc4fieui
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